You'll have a dedicated consultant to guide you every step of the way.
You and your consultant will discuss how things are going and what to do next.
You’ll be encouraged and uplifted in prayer as your consultant intercedes with and for you, your efforts, and your ministry.
You'll receive in-depth formation and training to implement Jesus' mission process over 18 to 24 months through an extensive online learning management system.
You’ll have more time for actual ministry because we provide ready-made facilitator and participant workbooks, prayer guides, small group guides, and other materials.
You’ll receive extra inspiration at some levels of partnership when your consultant visits in-person for specialized on-site training and consulting.
Content and methods are helpful but they aren’t responsive. How about a real person who knows you? We are ready to help you customize Jesus' mission process to fit your community and to push you the whole way—through the struggles into fruitfulness.
Peter has worked in adult formation in the Church since 2003. He holds a Masters Degree in Pastoral Theology from Ave Maria University. His experience includes preaching retreats, teaching theology and adult catechesis courses, guest lecturing at seminaries, and giving presentations and trainings for numerous parishes, dioceses, movements, and institutions in the Church. He also has published articles in Notre Dame’s Church Life Journal. Peter currently advises our team of consultants who serve over 110 ministries around the world, including dioceses, parishes, and military bases. He lives in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin with his wife and seven children.
Mark was introduced to the Evangelical Catholic in 2004 during his undergraduate studies at UW-Madison, where he became involved in campus ministry efforts using EC methods extensively. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy in 2006, Mark worked in sales and management but ultimately felt the call back to ministry through an evangelization team called Spiritus. In June 2013, he began working for the EC equipping campus ministry staff and student leaders to build vibrant and sustainable communities focused on discipleship development and reaching the lost. He received his Master of Arts in Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 2017, and now lives in Madison with his wife, Julie, and their two children.
Kendra is a Southern California native. She received her Master of Divinity from the Franciscan School of Theology and brings a professional background in corporate leadership consulting from her role as a Marketing and Project Manager for Blueprint Leadership. Her ministerial experience includes working with parishes and campus ministries from coast to coast, coordinating training workshops and conferences, speaking at major events and retreats, and forming lay leaders through intentional discipleship. She initially connected with the EC through a small group at St. Brigid’s Parish in San Diego, CA.
I chose to invest in a partner relationship with the EC because they will mentor me and give me the skills and the methods to equip Missionary Disciples for years to come.
I love the EC. It’s a prayer come true. They focus on Christ, that is what, for me, the EC brings. You don’t lean on the EC, but you learn to do it. And then you teach others to do it too. Everywhere I go from here, the EC will be there.
When the EC comes to visit the campus, they bring energy, they bring leadership, they bring direction. . . . [Before EC] we were almost trying to pull people into small groups; this year we needed more small group leaders!